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Geography, environment and energy
Detailed material flow accounts, summary table (57 material types, 16 categories)
Unit : ton
Natural resources. biomass (crops,plants, wood, fish, game)
Natural resources, minerals (sand, gravel, etc.)
Natural resources, fossil energy
Products of agriculture and hunting
Products of forestry and logging (incl. Increment in standing timber)
Fish and other fishing products, aquaculture products, etc.
Coal and lignite
Crude petroleum and natural gas
Other mining and quarrying products (stone, sand, clay, etc.)
Products related to mining and quarrying support services
Leather and related products
Wood and of products of wood and cork, except furniture, articles of straw and plaiting materials
Paper and paper products
Printing plates etc.
Coke and refined petroleum products
Chemicals and chemical products
Basic pharmaceutical products and pharmaceutical preparations
Rubber and plastic products
Other non-metallic mineral products
Fabricated metal products, except machinery and equipment
Computer, electronic and optical products
Machinery and equipment n.e.c.
Motor vehicles, trailers and semi-trailers
Other transport equipment
Other manufactured goods
Products related to repair and installation services of machinery and equipment
Biogas and gas works gas
Water for addition to products
Constructions and construction works
Products related to repair services of motor vehicles
Food and beverages from restaurants, etc.
Books and journals, etc.
Motion picture, video , sound recording and music publishing
Construction and machine plans and drawings
Photographic plates and film
Products delivered with landscape management services, etc.
Confidential consignments, etc.
Paintings, drawings and sculptures
Other art products and antiques
Filled packaging, total
Waste products, n.e.c.
Waste, secondary, etc.
Waste for incineration
Other residuals incl. flows to environment and sewerage
Emissions to air, energy related
Emissions to air, process related
Output from industries, total
Extraction of natural resources
Residuals from private consumption
Residuals from government consumption
Disposals and scrap from capital, etc.
Reductions in inventories
Intermediate consumption, total
Residuals to the environnment
Increases in inventories, etc.
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(select max. 10000)